In Florida, Maci is sitting out on the balcony dressed up like Michael Jackson, spying on Ryan and Dalis. Ryan and his friend Tyler are speculating as to why Maci decided to stowaway on their trip. Apparently, Maci had texted Ryan and told him he’d have more fun with her down there than he would with Dalis. Yeah, I’m sure he would have tons of fun dealing with her passive-aggressive jabs and looking at her Proactiv before-shot face.
Farrah still hasn’t started school, so she’s dog sitting for the dude next door. Bad idea, Adam. Would you hire Casey Anthony to babysit your kid?
Adam is a smarmy-looking tool, so I’m sure he’s perfect for Farrah. She calls Ashley to tell her about this cool guy she’s met. She said he’s got a dog, so she really likes him. He’s older and has his own business.
Back in Michigan, the hair travesties continue…
Butch is getting out of jail, so Tyler calls his mom to see what she thinks about Butch staying with him and Catelynn. She thinks it should be fine as long as he follows the rules and we all know how well Butch follows the rules. Tyler meets up with Butch and obviously isn’t too excited to see him. Butch begs for a hug and Tyler reluctantly gives in. It’s sad, because it’s clear Tyler has reached his breaking point. Having his dad miss his graduation was the straw that broke that camel’s back. I can’t help but notice Butch’s mullet has really gotten fabulous while in the joint. So, Tyler tries to guilt Butch by immediately throwing graduation pictures at him. Butch hasn’t a clue how badly he’s hurt his son, so the guilt trip doesn’t work. He tells Tyler that he got a 6 month extension on his parole and Tyler says he doesn’t care if he stays there for 6 months. Well, I wouldn’t worry about that anyway, because I’m pretty sure Butch will screw up and be back within a month.
Butch wants to get a job to pay his way, but Tyler just prefers that he doesn’t act like an idiot.
Gary is getting ready to go to Malibu with Leah and his friend. Amber is still going through detox (anger detox, remember, because she doesn’t have a drug problem). Amber says she wants her family back and is confident she won’t screw up and abuse her meds again. Well, my super-duper future predicting skills tell me that she’s going to fail. Miserably.
“I have absolutely no faith in you, Amber.”
Amber says she’s really, really, really excited to see Gary and Leah. I’m really convinced. She sounds like someone on their deathbed talking about funeral arrangements.
Catelynn and Nick show up to see Butch. I hate this, because Butch seems like such a nice guy. Tyler talks to Catelynn about picking up Butch. He told her that he didn’t want to get out of the car and give him a hug. They discuss the rules, which include April is not able to come over at all. Tyler seems resigned to the fact that it’s inevitable that Butch will screw up and go back to the clink.
Tool Boy shows up to pick up Farrah for their date. He asks about Sophia, but Farrah doesn’t want him and Sophia meeting just yet. That’s shockingly mature. Their date is at a driving range and she clearly has increased the cc’s in her boobies. They’re obnoxiously large now. What a prudent way to spend your money when you’re a single mom without a job.
They retire to the apartment where Farrah brings up her impending 20th birthday. She’s very focused on the fact that she will now be an adult. I thought you become an adult at 18? Oh wait, this is Farrah. As usual, she tells Tool Boy that he wouldn’t understand all of her responsibilities and excitement at no longer being a teen. So, I guess that’s why this is the last season. They have to change the name of the show to Mature Mom and that would be the worst misnomer of all time.
You should have perfected this skill BEFORE you got pregnant.